Today, the movie industry is hoping to give a voice to its most marginalized, but most of all, its most vocal and outspoken white people.
In the last three years, the industry has been trying to help white actors get their jobs back after the Oscar-winning film Moonlight went on to win best picture and best director.
The Hollywood Reporter reported on the latest efforts from studios to help actors like Oscar-winner Amy Adams, Black actress Laverne Cox, and actress and producer Chiwetel Ejiofor win jobs.
As the industry tries to do more to help its most diverse actors and actresses get jobs, some of its biggest stars are coming out with statements saying that they would prefer to work in other industries.
In one case, actor Tilda Swinton said that she would not consider a career in film and television if she had to have a family, because her family is not white.
“It’s not about what I’m interested in, it’s about what’s right for my family,” Swinton told The Hollywood News.
Swinton, who has a white father, said that being a mom, father, or sibling of a person of color is not something that she could afford to do, but that she “really feel like I would be working in another industry if I had to.”
Swinton is one of several stars who have come out to say that they are willing to take a chance on working in a different industry.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced this week that it will be holding an event next week that will feature a panel discussion about the changing needs of women of color in Hollywood, and will host a panel of actors and producers to talk about their experiences and experiences of being a minority in Hollywood.
But the problem is not limited to Hollywood.
The white star of the upcoming movie The Mummy, Jamie Foxx, also recently said he would not want to work at a studio that did not employ minorities.
Foxx’s comments came after he made comments about the industry, telling the New York Times, “I would not be able to work for them if they didn’t have a diverse workforce.”
The industry’s efforts to help minorities have been spearheaded by the National Association of Black Journalists, which announced in a press release earlier this year that it would offer training to help the public understand the “complex intersection of race, gender, class, sexual orientation, disability, and other identities and experiences.”
In recent years, there has been an effort to get the industry to acknowledge that it’s not all bad.
In 2015, actor Kevin Costner, who starred in the 2015 hit film The Grand Budapest Hotel, said on a podcast that the movie was made for people of color and that the racism he experienced in the industry “was something that I felt as a white guy that I could relate to.”
The next year, actor Miley Cyrus also shared on Instagram that she wanted to be a part of the industry because it was a safe place to be, but said she felt the industry had an “unfair bias.”
Cyrus said that while she had worked in the past, she didn’t think it would be right to go back to a job that did “not reflect what I’ve been through.”
“I think that it is important to see ourselves in these roles, that we’re not just the characters in these movies,” Cyrus said.
“That we can be real people.
That we’re human beings.”
For actress Brie Larson, who was the first Black woman to play a white superhero in Marvel’s The Avengers, being part of a film like Captain America: Civil War meant something special.
“You go out there, and you’re part of this family, and the people who have been with you through the film are real, they’re real in their hearts, and they’re in love with you, and that’s what you’re looking for in a role,” Larson told The Associated Press.
“So I think that just kind of really meant something to me.”
Larson’s comments come on the heels of another recent news article that included another actor who had previously said that he would consider working in the film industry.
While it’s unclear if the actor has changed his mind, the fact that it was in the first place shows how much of a leap that statement is.
In 2016, actor Chris Pine was asked by the Hollywood Reporter if he would prefer not to work as a director, saying that he felt like it would “definitely put me in a place where I’m not in my right mind.”
“The only time I would want to be on that side of it is if I feel like it’s right.
And I just don’t see that happening,” Pine told the outlet.
The Hollywood Reporter said that it plans to announce more changes to its diversity strategy at a later date.
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